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A woman with nearly 100 outstanding parking fines who has been imprisoned twice on the issue, was remanded on continuing bail this week in Athlone (March 4) to re-appear in Mullingar next week.
A street trader seeking the return of €2,500 seized in a police raid lost some sympathy in court this week (December 11) when it was revealed he made no such move for a laptop and satnav taken at the same time.
A judge raised his voice to threaten a man with jail after he claimed to be drug free, but could provide no documentary evidence of this.
A developer who couldn’t improve a site on Mullingar’s Dublin Road without negotiating with NAMA has pleaded guilty to failing to complete actions ordered in a Derelict Sites Notice.
A street trader who claimed that €2,500 found in his brother’s house during a search for stolen property was his, was given a month to provide receipts and tax clearance certificates to prove this.
A repeat offender was told he “looks like a million dollars” by a judge this week, even though he was in court for urinating in public.
The Department of Education continues its policy of combating truancy by prosecuting parents, and this week (March 20) the District Court saw the parents of five children brought before Judge Seamus Hughes to face such summonses.
Two sets of parents - whose children have missed up to 80 per cent of their schooling since Christmas - were warned that the fathers would face up to a month in jail if their offsprings’ attendances were not perfect by March 20.
A man who broke an eight-year-old boy’s nose in a drunken stupor left court €1,300 poorer this week (February 20), but did not go to jail after the judge accepted the measures he had taken since to address his problems.